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Necessity what.       §13. Where-ever Thought is wholly wanting, or the power to
act or forbear according to the direction of Thought, there Necessity
takes place. This in an Agent capable of Volition, when the begin-
ning or continuation of any Action is contrary to that preference of
his Mind, is called Compulsion; when the hind’ring or stopping any
Action is contrary to his Volition, it is called Restraint. Agents that
have no Thought, no Volition at all, are in every thing necessary
Agents.
Locke Hum II, 21, §13, p. 240